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Phoenix to host 2011 U.S. Youth Soccer finals
July 30th, 2010 12:23AM
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[NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS]U.S. Youth Soccer will hold the 2011 National Championships at the Reach 11 Sports Complex in Phoenix.

Reach 11 also hosted the 2010 U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Championships.

2011 Championships
Region I (East) Championships
Hempfield High School (Landisville, Pa.)
Round Robin: July 1-3
Semis: July 4
Finals: July 5
 
Region II (Midwest) Championships
USA Youth Sports Complex (Appleton, Wisc.) and Southwest Park (DePere, Wisc.)
Round Robin: June 25-27
Semis: June June 28
Finals: June June 29
 
Region III (South) Championships
Richard Siegel Soccer Park, Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Round Robin: June 17-19
Quarters: June 20
Semis: June 21
Finals: June 22
 
Region IV (West) Championships
Simplot Sports Complex, Boise, Idaho
Round Robin: June 20-22
Quarters: June 24
Semis: June 25
Finals: June 26
 
National Championships
Reach 11 Sports Complex, Phoenix, Ariz.
Round Robin: July 27-29
Finals: July 30-31



0 comments
  1. James Stroud
    commented on: July 31, 2010 at 12:59 p.m.
    I would like an explanation of how an AZ location was picked for the 2011 Nationals. Are you unaware that many people are boycotting AZ over its immigration laws? This is a mind bogglingly bad decision. You should begin etching the asterisk on next year's trophies now.
  1. Carlos Drake
    commented on: August 2, 2010 at 6:03 p.m.
    Not only the political climate in AZ should influence a differnt venue, what about playing soccer in 100 to 110 degree weather?

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